November Specials at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay

Euro Cycles Specials:
2014 Ducati Hyperstrada MSRP $13,495 ON SALE $11,995!

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BMW Specials:
BMW’s “Best Time To Ride, Best Time To Buy” Sales Celebration
Take advantage of these incentive discounts while they last!
   On 2014 S1000RR’s receive a $750 savings!

  On 2014 BMW K1600GT & GTL’s receive a $1,500 savings!

On 2014 F800GS’s receive a $750 savings!

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Ducati 1299 Panigale – The Apex of Performance

The most exciting Superbike on the market today, just what every fan has ever dreamed of.
116mm bore, 1285cc displacement, 205hp, 144.6Nm torque and weighing in at 179.5 kg.
Numbers that speak loud and clear.

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LEAKED: First Photos of the MV Agusta Dragster RR

MV Agusta had us guessing as to what the Varese company would be debuting at the upcoming EICMA show, though the latest video from the company seems to clearly show that a Dragster RR will be coming.
A built up version of the Dragster 800, the MV Agusta Dragster RR features Kineo wheels, new paint, and [...]

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2015 BMW S1000RR First Ride Review

With the Race and Dynamic packages installed, it’s an HP4 in all but name, maybe a little better
By Tom Roderick
Hyped up on residual adrenalin from the previous day’s track outing at the Circuito Monteblanco, and feeling a little light-headed after visiting the open bar in the captain’s lounge at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (one hour [...]

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New air-cooled Scrambler takes Ducati Back To The Future.

There has been much concern about what the new Ducati Scrambler would look like, and how it would be received by hardcore traditionalists. Well, today at the INTERMOT show in Germany, Ducati put fears to rest, introducing a smartly styled bike that correctly reinterprets the spirit of the 1960s’ original. At the same time, this [...]

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Video Road Test: BMW’s intimidating S1000R streetfighter

After giving the rundown on BMW’s latest, greatest super-naked motorcycle, the S1000R, in our write-up a couple of days ago, it’s time to sing the praises of the brother to BMW’s S1000RR superbike with our video review.
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2015 BMW S1000XR Spied!

 
By Kevin Duke
BMW’s new entry into the sport-adventure-touring sub-class has been caught while undergoing final testing in Europe. The S1000XR is loosely based on the thrilling and versatile S1000R, one of our favorite motorcycles of 2014, but with many changes to compete with sporty ADVs like Ducati’s Multistrada and Aprilia’s Caponord.
BMW Trademarks S1000XR
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Mercedes AMG In Talks To Buy MV Augusta

It is being reported by a company insider that Mercedes-AMG is readying a potential bid to buy Italian motorcycle maker MV Augusta.
Having lost Ducati to Audi in 2012, despite having a deep relationship with the Bologna-based bike brand, Mercedes-AMG is now looking at a deal to snap up Italy’s other member of red-painted motorcycling royalty.
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Ducati Scrambler First Official Picture

Well, sort of…

MOTORCYCLE marketing just seems to get weirder by the year and 2014 so far has been a doozy thanks to Yamaha’s mad-as-a-bucket-of-frogs ‘Revstation’ and ‘Master of Torque’ campaigns.
And Ducati’s first official reveal for its 2015 Scrambler is right up there with Yamaha’s most baffling efforts; a sub-Postman-Pat quality stop-motion video series that draws on [...]

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Hollywood Electrics Adds Brammo To Its Product Lineup

By Troy Siahaan
If you’ve been following our electric motorcycle exploits on Motorcycle.com, you should be familiar with the name Harlan Flagg. Proprietor of Hollywood Electrics, Flagg has been involved in many of the exploits we’ve taken part in with various Zeros. From racing at Pikes Peak, competing in a 24-hour race, playing in the dirt, or giving [...]

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Daimler to Invest in MV Agusta as IPO Rumors Circulate?

Fresh off the European newswires, reports out of Italy are tipping motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta as looking to offer up to 30% of the company on the stock market. If true, the move would make good on MV Agusta’s hope of going public by 2016 — noticeably quite ahead of schedule.
Additionally, reports out of Germany [...]

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